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Excellent, useful,referencematerial/info Jim! Well done!



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Sandy,
Thank you so much, it is nice to know that if I need to I can rebuild the tensioners in the future.

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Nice work SDB. Real nice.

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Alright!!! Saved us time in research.

Alternate part substitution is always great in my book.

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Really nice work, SDB. I have a couple of duds on hand, and I will be having a go at it.

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Really nice work, SDB. I have a couple of duds on hand, and I will be having a go at it.
I am becoming more fond of the 10mm solution. If you can find (or make) the 14mm OD, 10mm ID bushing, then it is one of, if not the best (I amy be changing my "editor's choice").. although any will work.

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The document currently does not have the below informations, although it will be updated to include it in the near future.

THE TWO BEARINGS
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The T42025[/b]
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The T42025 is a close fit (not exact) to the OEM tensioner pulley. In particular the OEM bearing is 60mm outside diameter and the T42025 is 57.5mm. This is quite acceptable (but for those concerned with this, the other choice (T42015) matches the OD exactly).

This bearing is used in early Toyota applications from 1988 through 1997 for the 2.0 and 2.2 liter engines. For the best selection of parts use the 1997 Camry LE 2.2 liter engine lower[/b] timing idler. http://www.RockAuto.com lists the following applications:

TOYOTA CAMRY (1988 - 2001), TOYOTA CAMRY ALL TRAC (1989 - 1991), TOYOTA CAMRY CE 1997, TOYOTA CAMRY DLX (1983 - 1992), TOYOTA CAMRY DLX ALL TRAC (1988 - 1991), TOYOTA CAMRY DX (1993 - 1996), TOYOTA CAMRY LE (1983 - 1997), TOYOTA CAMRY LE ALL TRAC (1988 - 1991), TOYOTA CAMRY XLE (1992 - 1997), TOYOTA CELICA 1999, TOYOTA CELICA ALL TRAC (1988 - 1992), TOYOTA CELICA GT (1986 - 1998), TOYOTA CELICA GTS (1990 - 1992), TOYOTA CELICA GTS ALL TRAC 1993, TOYOTA CELICA GTS SPORT (1986 - 1993), TOYOTA CELICA ST (1987 - 1989), TOYOTA CELICA ST SPORT 1986, TOYOTA MR2 (1991 - 1995), TOYOTA RAV4 (1996 - 2000), TOYOTA RAV4 2-DOOR (1996 - 1997), TOYOTA SOLARA (1999 - 2001)

Likewise there are the following equivalent choices for the lower timing belt pulley: Steel Smooth (57.5mm x 12mm x 29mm):

KOYO Part # 1350363011 $15.24
BECK/ARNLEY Part # 0241006 $19.26
GATES Part # T42025 $27.79
CLOYES Part # 95302 $27.79
SEALED POWER Part # 222111BT $39.79
ACDELCO Part # T42025 (#89049141) $27.99

The T42015[/b]
[/b]
The T42015 is a near exact fit to the OEM tensioner pulley. In particular the OEM bearing is 60mm outside diameter and the T42015 is 60mm.

This bearing is used in late model KIA and Hyundai applications from 1997 through 2008 for the 1.8L (and maybe others) engines. http://www.RockAuto.com lists the following:

HYUNDAI ELANTRA (1996 - 2001), HYUNDAI ELANTRA GL 2008, HYUNDAI ELANTRA GLS (1996 - 2008), HYUNDAI ELANTRA GLS SPORT 2008, HYUNDAI ELANTRA GT (2002 - 2006), HYUNDAI ELANTRA L 2008, HYUNDAI ELANTRA LIMITED (2006 - 2008), HYUNDAI ELANTRA SE (2007 - 2008), HYUNDAI TIBURON (1997 - 2004), HYUNDAI TIBURON FX (1997 - 1998), HYUNDAI TIBURON GS (2005 - 2007), HYUNDAI TUCSON GL (2005 - 2008), HYUNDAI TUCSON GLS (2007 - 2008), HYUNDAI TUCSON L 2008, HYUNDAI TUCSON LIMITED 2008, KIA SPECTRA EX (2004 - 2008), KIA SPECTRA LX (2004 - 2008), KIA SPECTRA LX CONVENIENCE 2008, KIA SPECTRA LX PREMIUM 2008, KIA SPECTRA SX (2005 - 2008), KIA SPECTRA5 (2005 - 2006, KIA SPECTRA5 LX 2008, KIA SPECTRA5 LX CONVENIENCE 2008, KIA SPECTRA5 SX (2007 - 2008), KIA SPORTAGE LX (2005 - 2008), KIA SPORTAGE LX CONVENIENCE 2008

Likewise there are thefollowing equivalent choices for the timing belt pulley: Steel Smooth (60mm x 10.3mm x 28.5mm):

BECK/ARNLEY Part # 0241282 $16.72
GATES Part # T42015 $17.88
CLOYES Part # 95471 $14.65
NAPA NTP 95471 $23.49
NAPA NBH T42015 $26.49

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Greatly revised version uploaded.. if you have a version before the date of this posting, you may want to throw it away and get the new..

The 10mm stud description was also messed up big time.. (too much cut and paste from other methods..) but I think fixed now..

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PM me ifyou find any more errors..

...fortunatelyyou review ofthis preliminary version means that it will likelykeep getting better

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Current version (Version 20081027) check first line of your document...

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Good info.Thanks for hardwork.JR

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